Julia Louis-Dreyfus Has the Best Response After a Fly Lands on Mike Pence’s Head Mid-Debate

Did the fly steal the show?
Julia Louis-Dreyfus had some thoughts about the fly that surprisingly landed on the head of Vice President Mike Pence during the Vice President Debate on Wednesday October 7th.
The actress, who portrayed Vice President Selina Meyer on hit show Veep, said she wished she had included the insect as a plot point on the HBO show because it was apparently a TV moment.
"Well, I really wish we'd thought about it on @veephbo," she wrote on social media. Louis-Dreyfus then asked: "Who controls this fly?"
The fly sparked several conversations on Twitter, became a trending topic and inspired fan accounts.
Emmy sweeper Dan Levy called for the fly to be recognized for its acting skills. "Give this fly a SAG Award," wrote the creator of Schitt's Creek.
A Simple Favor director, Paul Feig, also stepped in and wrote, "Footage of pence is told backstage that he had a fly on his head for a few minutes," accompanied by Jim Carrey's "Oh come on" GIF.
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Actor Dylan Minnette of 13 Reasons Why added, "It's the fly that appears out of nowhere to me." Patricia Arquette and Padma Lakshmi also noticed the incident.
Trevor Noah's The Daily Show account later tweeted: "Pence is now apologizing to mom for coming to the 3rd base with the fly."
And Will & Grace and Family Guy producer Gary Janetti stepped in: "The fly is on Watch What Happens Live tonight," he said. Andy Cohen better be ready.
As for Louis-Dreyfus, her character Selina was celebrated as the first female president and vice president of the United States on Veep. The show ran from 2012 to 2019 and earned her the Emmy for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series.

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